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' j e HasaPerfeoiAdjuHtnaent. 5 Has a Positive Take-up. . 5 ; HasStyUhFrnlCnret Has More GoodSewibjr Qaalitleii and TrT . t QW, RanM) nffinnnral Work I n any Sewihg Maehlne Inthe-Wbria: 1 Examine THE ROYAL fbp.jolntt of I excenencBi anaou win I . buy notther. I ROYAL S. M. CO,, Rockfotd, 111. ( liiiiliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiitiiiiiiliiiMiJ11.111!1111111111-11- Where to carry your orflers . FBEEMAT5 Studio.. 1159 17th St., n. w., Cor. 17th & M FIVE PORTRAITS in Urayon, Oil and PaHtel. enlarged to an- size too Card and Tintype. True LlkeueBS GuiU.antend, Month 1 iid WeeKlv Haj'ments tukeru GREA.1 REDUCTION FOR CASH. Lsons Riven: Flower, audscape Pa;1"? etc (Wren's class evry Saturd y, oa 10 to 'i o'clock. 25 cents per lesson. Banuerantl Sign Painting of ever description. Orders Promptly attended to. For -$eii.t3 NASH'S- HALL 706 0 dt. N. W Apply at the hall irom janitor n the hull. olSm. (Oppo. new city postoffice.) Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler. Manufacturer of Society Badges, Medals and Jewels of Gold and Silver. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Fine and Complicated Watch ano &ufcic Box Repairing a specialty. All Work Warranted- No. 632 G St., n. w. WASHINGTON, D. 0. With Wm. F. LUTZ. ons The OliafoitUv Bill Is taw.. 10LDIERS DISABLED SINCE THE WAE tM"' I ARE ENTITLED. Dependent -widows and parents now depen dent whose soub dlei from effects of army ser Tlcet are included. If you wish yourvlaimt peedllyand succeHBfully prosecuted, adarebf. MES una li&te CommUsiouea of Pensious. Wasnlugton.D.C. J. hi. Dabney iUNDKETAKER & CABINET 1 M AKER. ! Office 441 L Street K. W ' 3ARRlAGwa FOR HlBS. Telephone 845-. Srot 11 1110 HOUSX ESTADRABT & SALOON I 5 PPUllRVl-raln .t vjr.i,-.... H8hingron,'D. PETER B. Snuc little TorttinM!.eTeDswi.v.Iet work or u, bv Anna Prps, Auktin. Tcrn., nd Jno. l!nn, Tolwio, OWt. " cai. uiBfritrtCjinirMwi i"j not y,.u ttoree ni OTer 50ti.00 & fM S?5SBlKv,3nt1'" o" can do the work iojC llvr 7' 1555355$ home wliercvwyou tr. Even be ' fiancm re eaulr eirolnjc froin to JlfU.AU tgi. Wethowyouliow tnd trt job. Can rork Jn pre tirat f nil the time. Big siucr y for wnrk. Pensi 'jBPfeiL )WM v Y J&& f .4E!7 CeuBexeprtiaa,'a A GOOD HOME IN VIRGINIA. HIGH VXIW FARE. Why don'c yoa buy a lot ? Tliere is money, in it. Higb ground, beau tiful views, pure water. Small moutbly payments will pay for your lot and then you can soon own your owu home. HIGH VIEW PARK is located on one of the hignet-t points in Alexandria county, Vir giuia, less thau two-aud halt miles from the free (Aequeduct) bridge, on i he maiu road to Falls Cbuich aud on the line of the projected electric railroad, which will be built to Fall Church, thgh View Paik offers induce ihe ments to all, rich ana poor, white ud coloied. The grouud;iies slop mg to the south, well drained, and every lot exposed to the sun. AH iots aie 50 teel lion t aud fiom 150 o 200 fret de- p. The streets will Ob all graded and trees planted, tud no pains will be spared to make this one ol the most attract ive aud beautiful places around Washington. Tne title of the lots is perfect nid aostract can oe seen at omce. The health of this section js per fect, no malaria, but pure iresh air, from the Blue Bidge, aud the b.st and purest ot water. The terms of sale are such a? to put it in the power of eveiyone to own a lot or a home ; aud the prices, thr lowest around the city, with small eah, and monthly payments wkhout iuterest, oi a discoum waen all cash is paid. Th election of several house wul Koon be commenced. GHUHCHE5, iCHDOLSTbTDRES ETC- Hi&ii View Park has two colored G urcl;e8, one school house, oue Odd Fellows1 hall, two stotes, and a new handsome church will soon ue commeuced. High View Park has the most beautiful and desirable lots arouud Washington. Hign View Park offers a home wiihin the reach of everyone. High Yiew Park i just the thing for au mvesiiueut or a home. High View Park ovei looks Foui Mile Valley, ana is above malena aud disease. Wives and Children -Pei feci nonie life. Plenty of room loi lawns, flowers, aud out-door lite. Quiet aud Cleau No Smoke, no dust, no soot; atmosphere clear as oiystal. St-cure a home. Secure a vote. Pnip.n;iH now before niices ad- vance. Puie, water, iiesU air, per ird health, schools, cburcues, Odd Fellows7 hall, stores, etc. In short, uice homes tor all and a safe in vestment for the rest. We will drive 31 u out to see the property free. 1 1 ly to Hltf.ll . W PARK CO., Room 3. Corcoran building, corner i5.u and F Streets, Washington, D C, or W. CALVIN CHASE, HOy ISi.. n. W A ESTABLISHED 18G6. BUIlNSillit'ii LOAN OFFICE. afil Pmi8lvnia Avenue. Oold and silver watches, dia mouds, jewelry , pistols, guns, me jhauical lools, ladies' and gentle men's wearing apparel. Old gold and silver bought. Unredeemed pledges for sale. A PATRIOTIC W0B3L firerj person Tt-ho is opposed to Vn .. j. nmva iTnorltsn TrvttLVtXlml TnAMm I 0r,nrn Aenred thxouKh th poUoyof Pro tection, should read the documents published by tbe American Protective Tariff Lesue. As a patriotic cltlien it Is your duty to place these documents in the bands of your friends. They are interesting and instructive, and .embrace discussions of aU phases of the Tariff question. The League pobttsbes over 60 different docu ments, eomprWrw nearly 600 pages of plainly printed, carefully edited and reliable informa tion. Among tbe authors of these documents are. Hon. James G. Blaine . Wm. . McK in ley , Jr., Governor or Ohio; 8uator S.Cullom. of Illi nois: Senator Joseph N. Jtolpluot OreRon. SenatoF ATS. Paddoclc. of Nebraska; Senator Frye. of Maine ; Senator Casey, of orthDakota , Si.nr Ttin s. MorriL of Vermont; Senator SriV.Tv w it.iAh nr RhndH islana: lion. nH M.U IV. 'VlUllbUI v --. - 1 of the ARricnltural department at Wasblng. Ssn; Commodore W. H.tb.Hnjrhes; Hon E. A. Hartshorn, of New York; CpmaeamnDo liver, of Iowa; Hon. B.P.Jones: DavIdBallRice. 01 pywrrm- Kx-Concressman Perkins, of Kansas; STe P.MUlfer.oNewYork; HomGeo. Draper. nfWBonC. L. Edwards, of4Texas; Judge of New York ; Hon. Geo. 8. BputwelL. of Masa Hon. B. H. Ammidown, of New York; Enoch Eusley, of Tennessee. This complete set of documents will senfc to any address, post paid, for Fifty (5 Cent Address. Wilbur F. Wakeman. 8ecyt W9. M Wt TlreatyTblr, ,?wet. New YorJEt .AHnA.ra unrt KnnorL. A"-iZ?rL- re.Vlncrtrvn- Prof. J. B. DOQSe, Ppp ssiar Satacripiioi To Carry Oil the work of the IT. M. u a. of D. C. Tbe directors ot the above named association have, secured the build ing formerly known as the ''Forest City H U4ev 1607-9 11th st., n. w. They have fitted it op tor the 88 of the members, who are iotU led to the following, privelegee : A readine room where fifes o - leading religious aud secula apers, magazines and review may be found; a miscellaneou ibrary of four hundred "olrtthf aud a pleasant aud lent 1 1 p or, for social gatherings, religion alk and lectures. The work on he gymnasium and bath rooms is being pushed rapid ly, forward, and will ba complete in, the near future. In order that we may be enabled to meet the heavy obligations under which w' are placed and to extend the work to, a great, degree of userullness we bavedevised.tne following plan 03 which we appeal to all persons havu.g the weitare of young men at heart for help. 'The city has been divided into thirty districts, aud each district will be placed in the hands of a su pervisor who will appoint as inauj solicitors as he may need to do the work in his district. It is oelieved that iu this way everv person iu the district will be giv.en the exalt ed opportunity of helping a worth cause. We asti for the small sum of onr dollar in cash from each person foi which we will give a certificate re ceipt. Solicitor will show due au thority from the president am general sect'j, with the. seal of the association affixed thereto, be sure to piy money ouly to such author ized agents who will take pleasure iu in producing the required evi dence. ' COMMITTEE : M. M Smith, Chairman ; Geo. M. Cook, Secretary ; T. L. Biown, J. T. Davif, E. D. Lee. E. B. Rusbell, J H. Merriwether, President ; J. E, Moorland, Geu. Scietar The following persous have ,en ilnlv annoiuted suoervi8ors iu h various districts Pnuce A. Grimes, 2508 Mesmort avenue. W. B. Johnson, 108 lltl street n. w. J. W. Cromw-l, 1439 Pierce Place. 8 MeElroy, 2 i06 10 street u. w. Madison Jous, 21 7 K street u.w F. 1. Lee, 1 4m stieet u. w B. T Dr. w, 112 19ti streetu. w. E R JJum-HJ, IV 4U 5 stieet u. w. Oliver Arnold, 41y Q street u. w. J W. Tiylor, aO Hcu uorthwest, Hamil on Rucker, 1250 New Jersey aveiiue ; W. II. Livm pool, Auacostia Goo. Martin 30-Nt-w York avenue W. A. Thomas 15 L stieet n w W- H. Scot1 1 ,.S B street n w J T. Dvis, 213 ssaehusetts ave E. L Wrbatei, 711 8bh street n w L. A Cornish 12 H street s. e J W BiMchu oapital H li, J T Reynold, 2216 VI ueet n w J T B ascn, 2701 JJui oartou avenue A 6 JdCReou, 260 P street n w. A "FLYER, INDEED" The Fastest scheduled Train Amkrica Runs bom PHiLADiii, PH1ATO tHE Ska VIA READ ING UOYAL KOUTE, That there is a sirtak of "sortiiu. bl td" in the veins of ihu most s dnt iiiOnti us is evidenced by tho un.veisi i ,t it ruaniftstfd in railway speeds and cle delijjiit wiLli which the Average man Imils each s-uece.iv.- tnump of the locn uioiivrt over the. comhmed elements 01 tun and -distance. Tie uiuch-vai'nteJ "Flying Scotch in. il rxpiets t auj betwien London and cdiiiburuii, in GieatEii am, is still re yarded ,ty many persons as the lates r'giilailyelieu'uleil train in the, world. Yh is, howrver, is a mi.-take, the speed ol tlle"3COlcllliIl,, baYiug Lcn excelled b. several lailroads in tliis country, no uibly by the New York Central, whose "Empire Si a e Kxpre-s" between' New ?ork and Buffalo has, until within a few .days, claim d the tills oi the fastest reg ular train in the woild. This, celebrated traiu inns fiom NewPork to B-ffnlo, a d:tauc ol .44(Ul.iniles., In eUjht jiours aud forty minutes, which, is at the rate, ol sevent -one. seconds to each -nile, or,fift and two-t.iiid- ruih s per hoar. Deduct ing all stops lUe average runnii.g time o'j this train is fifty-two and t.wtlve one-huu-dredths mil-s p't-r hour. Now, however, comes a new claimant for egh ecd honors. It has beeu disco.p ,ied ti.at the Reading Railio id's 3 3O m train from Philadelphia to AtUntic itj, known as thd "Seyenly Minute j Fiver", is a?tuallv the fastest reimlAr i scheduled pa&ener train in the worl Ttw durance from Chestnut street wha to the CXim1n terminus of the railroad about a mile and a naif, and the f ry jbpat trjp fcud transfer of the pusapi era frnm th boat to the carerbqeupie -m n!apte-. Th3 leaver sixty mi mte. ; thf r ii ridr, and that is preciiHj th time allowed by the scheul- to covii ii. tfity-five and a hlf miles' which iire vene betwftn the Camden depot and rh station at Atkn tie ;itv. A jkile fi-,n ing wilfslipvYthat.jbhis.B.a speed oC Uk tv-flvs seconds to the mile, or the rate fifty-flye and & half mile, per hour, b-at I'ng'tne rormi' record six seconds p f mile and almost tfve miles ptkr hour. If should be understood that this refers ' the speed of rejjulaily seheduld trai oyer the, nri e, length of ihi-Ir schednl runs, -nl not to mere pi enomend hnr ol sp ed or, fcttches ot ladt running make up 'oi lot time or deas. T t rte of fl t.v-fiv and r half mites is cfded oyery d y on th Reading R ioid, aud poihly on io e other hn but. on no rail o d in ihe world, ?o nd known, is tin . e a train run from n to end of its route at so grat an av ra pei'd a that of the "Seventy Minn FlytT." When the 1 titer was stiblished it w not iib. tin pu-po8Pofbr j'kingarfctu but (h- offleiiilB w-ts confident l thei hilir.y toiun a train safely and prompt n -hi' spi cifled time or lss if nquir. d It was Jtt nnini'd, howevr, to limit n train to six a 8 to n-ure quickness. Ti whs found o b impraciieable, and 1 mop-1 th n a wi ek tne train has he carryi gMgnt cars, including one or mo h-av' Fnlimius, and making scheiiu timeon v ry trip. Pi sidt nt McLeod can now congrat Lite himself th t his roitd holds ti "world's record' for the fastest nvle (? 4-5 seconds, s fimed August 7, 1891, b Prvsidi-n' MeLeod, Mr. Wflli:m Smucil tte Phiiadelpliia liecsrd, -nd otini! nd also his upon its time table ihb Ia-e- regular tran in the world. TutfsTiny Pills; W To onr constipation purgln gf th bow- elsshoald be avoided; it weaken! then? power of motion. A gentle .aperient Ok effect is only reqnifed. Tnttf Tiny liver PU1 are prepared with epeeial viewstothe.parmanentonreox. . GOSliVENESS and HEADACHE. They are mUdandTemaininthe sy-IB hmt (1111 MiaVaiifc'vn'1iM'11VMK:'"iUia a natural flow of bfle and their, tonle I properties impart power to tho bow- fions. Good, appetite and digestion result from theuse of these little pUls. Price, S5c Offlce39 Park Place, N. Y.: 0' h-e-ow Tho Panama Scandals. A report from Paris states that M. Charles De Lesseps has come to an un derstanding with the French authorities, by which, in consideration of giving all the information in his power in relation to the beneficiaries of Panama corrup tion, he is to be treated with great len iency, if not admitted to absolute immu nity. He is said to have made an unre served statement of the facts within his knowledge, and will repeat the.facts on his own trial and at trials of others con nected with the scandal. His motives nic siitttiu.tu ue, uub uuiy iu aeuuto im munity, but to convince the,publio that the Panama Company was forced by irresistible pressure oa the 4, pare -of offir cials and the press to choose between, wholesale corruption and..the threatened ruiu of the enterprise. It is said that the acknowledgements ,made by jiim will create a seusatipn in America, as .well as . in France. Pennsylvania's legislature. The Pennsylvania legislature grgauized by elec.tiug ,0. C. Thonipsou, of Warren, as Speaker of the House, and Charles R. Voorhees as Chief Clerk. E. "W. Smi ley, of Venangcy, was chosan as Chief Clerk of the Senate. Among important matters of legislation to be taken up it is expected that the labor troubles at Homestead wiJl (receive a large share of attention. Bills. will probably be intro duced in this connection providing for the compulsory arbitration of disputes between employers and employees and others prohibiting the introduction of Pinkerton detectives or other armed bodies of men to any locality pending the settlement of such disputes. Brooklyn Officers Indicted. The Kiugs County Grand Jury, who have had under investigation. for some time the alleged misappropriation of the city.and county funds in the Columbus Day celebration have handed in a presentment, recommending the Cor poration Counsel to bring. suits against all parties to whom money has been illegally paid, and against the Mayor ;ol the city, the Comptroller, City Auditor, and Board of Aldermen, in behalf of the city. Indictments were also found against some of the members of the Board of Aldermen and the members of the Board of Supervisors. Louisiana's New Senator. Governor Foster, of La., has ap pointed Hon. Donelson Caffery, United States Senator, to succeed Randall L. Gibson, deceased. As the Legislature does not meet for eighteen months, Mr. Caffery will hold the Senatprship, at le;ist for that tiine, ami he will probably be elected'by the General Assembly for the full term. Mr. Caffery is a large sugar planter. An independent Republican ho Is the oalance of power iu the Kansas leisla :ure. Cheerful reports come from the sick chambers of Senator Kenna and Mr. Blaine. s Policeman Poe, of the .Old Slip Star tion, New York, lias been arrested for ourglary. The last spike in the great Northern Railroad was driven in the Cascade Mouu tains. It is said that a $250,000 "elephant" will be built near the Chicago "World's Fair grounds. Dan Lamout, it is said in New York, has. accepted, the Postmaster Generalship under Cleveland. Reports from the San Juan gold dis trict continue to give glowing accounts of rich gold finds. A law giving husbands t'e right to sue their wives for alimony is proposed by an Ohio Legislator. Russia is spending a great deal of money in extending and improving her railroad system. Trying, to get horses out of a burning stable, at Cambridge, Mass., Louis T. ay lor was kicked to death. A movement has been started in New York to orgauize Lincoln and Miller clubs for .the campaign of 1896. Hon. William C. Whitney states pos itively that he will not hold any office under the coming administration. To pay creditors of the late Archbishop Purcell, a mortgage for $62,000 has been put on the Cincinnati, O., cathedral. England and the Continent of Europe are suffering from a severe cold spell, accoi Micd b' a heavy fall of snow. Jolu 'uskin's insanity is growing worse. ..'hile docile he imagines he is surrounded by enemies who wish to kill him. Tony Gilfoyle and James Coleman were arrested in Cincinnati on suspicion of being implicated in the poisoning at Homestead. The rumor grows in New York that Mr. McLeod will not be re-elected to the presidency of the Philadelphia aud Read ing Companies. v The Pope declined to receive Senor. Valeria, the Spanish envoy, recently ap pointed, on the ground that he has -written immoral novels. The Republican legislature of Massa chusetts has.elected Congressman Henry Cabot Lougo to'ficceedJfeurxIi..PaNy.es.. as Uni ted States Senator. 1 Mr. Dillon told the Evicted Tenants' Commission that the total amount re ceived from all sources under the plan of campaign was $1,170,000. New York detectives heard through a keyhole the boast of Walter Francis that he had stabbed Gertie Simmons, and they swooped down on the murderer. Miss Abigail Dodge, "Gail Hamilton," has sent out a long letter,, addressed to. Mr. Gladstone, attacking him bitterly for not interfering in the May brick ease. Grand Chief Clark of the Order of Rail ' ay Conductors denies that con ductors on the Penusylva da system in tended striking during the World's Fair. A masked mob Overpowered the sherill in Loudon, Teuu., took , Henry Duncan from jail and hanged him to a tree, lie was accused of having killed four peo ple. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania handed down a decision in the trolley cases in favor of the Philadelphia Trac tion Company.. The trolley system will be introduced at once. Mayor Stuart, of Philadelphia, has vetoed the $1,500,000 appropriation ifor continuing work on the big new eity building, aud favors the abolition of the Building Commission. The New York Chamber of Commerce has passed resolutions asking for the re peal of the Sherman silver law, or any other act which may compel the Secre tary of the Treasury to purchase silver. Brigandage has been carried on so boldly in Rodem, in Russian Poland, that the authorities have called on the mili tary. Some of the robbers bands have been run to earth but others are still at large. The Viscount de Villebois-Mareiiil testified before the commission of inquiry into the affairs of the Panama Canal Company, that more money was lost through bogus contracts, than -through bribery. Thewhole conutry was buried in snow on Friday morning to the depth of from 8 to 10 inches. The heavy wind caused drifts, and delayed railroad travel in all directions. Thestorm recalled the great blizzard of 1888, and-was fully as severe on the coast. A counterfeit of the $2.00 silver cer tificate has appeared. Ifc bears the head of General W. S. Hancock, and is of the series of 1886, letter B. The paper is 30 good as to defy detection by any one except an .expert, and the work through out is admirable. The exaggerated accoiiuts sot out regarding riots, murders, and lynching id to have occurred at Bakeisville N. CM are declared to have been pure fiction. Bakersville is remote from civilization, and the whole country is buried under nearlv three feet of snow. Charles 11. North, who but three years ago was a millionaire pork-packer in Somerville, Mass., and one of the strong est bidders for tiie Eastern trade against Armour aud others, of Chicago, was co: fined in 'the East Cambridge House of Correction Tuesday and Wednesday for a paltry debt ofi $703. THIS WEEK'S IK A Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. General. 5Iis. Laugtry is rapidly recovering. ; John Burns, aged 101, died in Galena,, 111,, pipe in baud. A riotous .demonstration was made by,. . the unemployed at, Venice. Horticulturists will hold a four dayaT congress during the World's Fair. The spread of typhus fever has appar ently been checked in New York.. Pork reached the highest price eyei.: known in Chicago last week $18 05 pei . barrel. John M. Ward will probably hav charge of. the New York baseball club j next year. Typhus and smallpox are epidemic in several Mexican towns, Zucatecas having 600 cases. Against his children's wislies, John B. Garrett, 76 years old, of Steubenvilie, O. wedded Maud Miller, 20. Bandmaster Cappa, of the Seventh Regiment National Guard, New York, died iu that city, aged 59, In the attempt to get a jury to trj Wyoming "rustlers, " 49 candidates wen rejected as biased and none accepted. . President Harrison has pardoned th.. Mormons now in prison on charges oJ violating the Edmunds polygamy law. ThefloA- of American capital in $10, 000,000 lumps to Cape Breton, and. Nova Scotia coal mines greatly cheers the Ca nadians. Jack Ashton, pugilist, long the spar ring partner of John L. Sullivan, died in Bellevue. hospital, New York, of blood poisoning. David Curtis, a New Haven (Conn.) horse trainer, lost his good looks by the kick of a horse, and his intended will not marry him. Her clothes iguiting while Bhe slept be fore a fire, the widow of General J. B, Huston, was burned to death at Lexing ton, Ky. Alexander B.Terwilliger, aged 55, con victed of assault on a young girl, was sentenced to twenty years in Clinton prjspn at Rondout, N. f5T, President -Arringtcn. and Vice-xfresv dent Troth, of the. Glass.-JBlowera' Nat ional Union, have been indicted ;fqr con spiracy at Bridgeton, N. J. Andy Bowen, of New Orleans, de feated Joe Fielden, of England, in twenty-two rounds at the Crescent City Athletic Club, New Orleans. Emperor William has received from tlie Sultan of Turkey an oriental set of furniture made of pearl and ebony. To tlie Empress he sent two vases of enamel and silver. - , Rev. Francis Key Brooke, of Atchisqn, was consecrated Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Oklahoma in the first service of, the kind ever held west of tlie Missis sippi River. Morocco factories in aud about Wil mington are working on short time and manufacturers gay there is a shortage of skins caused by importers trying to cor nel the market. t The smallpox has broken out iil Home wood, a suburb of Pittsburgh, and., an epidemic is feared. Five cases have de veloped. The disease originated among Italian colonists. The Kings County Graud Jurj returned; indictments against twenty prominent . officials for corrupt expenditure of public money in connection with the Columbian demonstration. Ex-President William H. Beers has .'ithdrawu his. suit against theNew York, Ufe Iusurance Company and remaius iu ts; employ in an advisory capacity at f 15,000 per year. The disec'ise of the brain which for ' some time has afflicted John Ruskin, the jejebrated, writer on art, i3said to;Jbe; increasing. He imagines that enemies . are hunting his life. Mary France, ayoung girl-of Fort-Hunter, N. Y., left a dance in company with, her lover, John. Hawkins, The, nexfcj morning she was found lying iu the road with her skull broken. 'Mrs. Charles Stewart Darnell's credi tors are to be paid 7a 6d.in the, pound now and the rest to be paid out of Sirs. Par--leU's annual income, which i3 800. Preferred debts will be paid in full im mediately. A plate glass trust has been formed in New York city. It includes the -three ldest and largest firms in the business, but it is doubtful if it can Control the trade, as four firms have refused to join in tbe consolidation. The bankruptcy case of Mrs. Charles Stewart Paruell came up in the Brighton, bounty Court. Counsel lor Mrs. Paruell -ubmitted ascheme by the terms.of which preferred debts against his client wilL be paid in full immediately. Bay Ridge, Maryland's great summer resort, will be sold at public auction, on January 27. Foreclosure suit wasJbrought bytheJJnion Trust Company. of -Philadelphia and the Baltimore and O.iio, which hold most of the jBtock. The-, lia bilities are ;$650f00O. The statement issued by the Cunard Company,, as to why the" Gallia did. not wait upon the TJmbria. is, to the effect that the Gallia's,, captain believed the TJmbria was in no danger, and as he waa short of cualhWwif he did not linger bou the disabled fUraihip, " RH9 Hi t M i - V7 7 ic i '4 4 ? "i 'f J I I'm 4 1 si p r & & ' 1 I ' it ,' ,4 rV l ;---' ';.-j.w- . '